Posts Tagged ‘pinewood’

Jam hotel by Lionel Jadot, Brussels – Belgium

August 25th, 2016

Throughout the premises an infusion of pinewood can be witnessed, applied as a decorative element or in pure functional form, softening any excess of austerity along the way.

Grand Hotel Kalidria & Thalasso SPA, Italy

April 23rd, 2013

The contemporaneous and avant-garde interior design; the bio-architecture, which actually inserts the outside building in a biogenetic reserve area; traditional smells and flavors of Mediterranean cuisine, conceived to combine taste and health; and, not at least, the greatest knowledge on medical field meeting the care of the Thalasso Spa centre, the most exclusive in the south of Italy.

Print Avenue by Egue y Seta & Sabaté, Barcelona

December 12th, 2012

Walking along a gameboard decorated with “engraved” past century lettering digitally printed over pinewood, we introduced ourselves, box by box, into the most profitable but playful property of the show: An entrance hall, a waiting area and a reception; or perhaps a shop with its counter or a walk-in printed surfaces catalog.

Maisontrois exhibition stand by Nicolas Dorval-Bory Architect, Paris

October 25th, 2012

Men’s prêt-à-porter brand “maisontrois” asked us to create a very simple exhibition stand for hippest professional fashion show “Tranoï” in Paris. With almost no budget and a tiny surface which precise dimensions couldn’t be known until D-day, the brand wanted us to imagine a visually strong and nonetheless functional showcase for their clothes.

H3 Experience Center by Nota Design Group, Kunming – China

October 25th, 2012

Isabel Flooring is an established flooring specialist in China. H3 is their foray into other wood products such as timber doors and built-in furniture. This design exercise will attempt to portray H3 as “The Wood Specialist” and set a store identity for the brand’s countrywide expansion.

Antique Quilt Ottoman by HAY

August 26th, 2011

This eye-catching Mags Ottoman Antique Quilts featuring technicolor, graphic and geometric motifs is fantastic! Each ottoman is handmade from 4-5 layers of vintage saris hand tacked together and sourced from markets in the Rajasthan area of India.